In 1950 Bernd Bauchspieß (1939-) started his football career at Chemie Zeitz. In 1959 he was crowned top scorer of the German league with eighteen goals, one year later he even scored twenty-five times. After his team Zeitz tumbled from the Oberliga, he moved to SC Dynamo Berlin. In 1961 he started Medicine studies at the Universität Leipzig and moved to BSG Leipzig, where in 1965 he became top scorer of the DDR-Oberliga with fourteen hits. During his career in the German highest league he scored 120 times. In 1959 he was summoned for the first time by the national selection for the international match against Finland, followed by seven more games with the GDR team, culminating in the bronze medal at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo. In 1969 he graduated, he specialized in Orthopedics and settled in Leipzig.
American Robert Brewer (1939-) finished seventh in figure skating at the 1960 Winter Olymps in Squaw Valley. In order to be able to pay for his Medicine studies, he took part in ice shows after the Games. He also became a fighter pilot with the Marines and after graduating, he specialized in Psychiatry with practice in Arizona.
Vladimir Jorga (1939-) was a multiple karate champion of Yugoslavia. In 1963 he was university champion for the first time and later even became European champion. He reached the 9th dan and became the first karate instructor in Yugoslavia. After studying Medicine, he specialized in Sports Medicine and became Professor of Hygiene and Medical Ecology at the medical faculty in Belgrade and dean of the International Faculty of Sport at the European Center for Peace and Development. He has published more than 170 scientific articles in national and international professional medical and sports magazines. He also published more than 12 books on traditional karate.